Dr. Mary McIntosh is Principal and President of Princeton Survey Research Associates International. She is currently serving as an adjunct Professor at George Washington University. Internationally recognized for her survey social research in post-communist societies, McIntosh is also former Director of the European Branch of the US Information Agency. Her primary work has focused on European attitudes on domestic and foreign policy issues, centering on US-European security cooperation, peacekeeping, and immigration issues.
McIntosh’s previous experience includes a faculty position at the Dallas Health Science Center, conducting research on socio-cultural aspects of health care. She also served as Senior Evaluator for the Dallas Independent School District, studying race relations and desegregation in regional schools s. She has also taught research courses at Boston University and the University of Maryland.
Publications, Articles, & CommentaryEdit
- America's Image Slips, But Allies Share U.S. Concerns Over Iran, Hamas – Pew Global Attitudes Project, June 2006.
- US Image Up Slightly, But Still Negative – Pew Global Attitudes Project, June 2006.
- Global Gender Gaps by Mary McIntosh & Nicole Speulda. Pew Global Attitudes 2004.
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